Park offers clear, well-maintained gravel Forest Service roads throughout this thick patch of woods.
The trails are shared with horses, so please yield to them if you're on a bicycle. The trails are pretty fast and can be as long as you want. You can even ride out to the airport or to Lake Crabtree.
How to get there:
From I-40, turn northeast on I-540 and take the US 70 exit. Travel southeast on US 70, and turn right on Umstead Parkway, which leads to the park office and visitor?s center.
Glenwood its on the south side of the biggest park.
The Crabtree Creek section is located 10 miles northwest of Raleigh off US 70. The park visitors center and camping facilities are located in this section.
The entrance to the Reedy Creek section is 11 miles west of Raleigh off I-40. From I-40, take the Harrison Avenue exit and travel northeast into the park.